Statement following the senseless attack on innocent people near Finsbury Park Mosque.
Coventry City Council looks set to approve changes in car parking charges for the first time since 2010.
Coventry’s Lord Mayor is inviting members of the public to celebrate Armed Forces Day on Saturday 24 June.
Coventry’s Godiva Festival is set for a Sunday circus spectacular, thanks to the team behind the bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021.
A city primary school has scooped a PE prize for its tennis club for deaf and hearing impaired pupils.
The UK’s first collaborative trial of connected and autonomous vehicle technology has been given the green light to move out onto city streets.
Week three of Coventry City Council's summer Bands in the Park sees the Dene River Jazzmen playing in the rear garden of Allesley Hall on Sunday 25 June and is FREE to attend.
Godiva Festival can now reveal the rest of its 2017 line up.
This Wednesday, 21 June, sees an extra Bands in the Park 2017 event taking place in the War Memorial Park to celebrate International Music Day.
Leading politicians across Coventry have met with the chief executive and senior technical managers from WM Housing Group which has 17,000 houses across Coventry.
With temperatures set to soar over the next few days and the Met Office predicting ‘heat wave conditions,’ people are being urged to look out for the vulnerable.
Tuesday 4 July 4.00-5.30pm Herbert Art Gallery & Museum
Coventry City Council are supporting the first ever National Clean Air Day on Thursday June 15th.
Coventry Trading Standards have issued a warning to local residents who are planning their Hajj pilgrimage to prevent them becoming victims to fraudulent travel agents.
Bring the family and enjoy great music in the sunshine in these lovely surroundings.
The Farmers’ Market returns to Broadgate in Coventry city centre this Friday 16 June and is always popular with shoppers and visitors.
It’s just over three weeks to the Godiva Festival, and this year Coventry University is proud to be sponsoring the three day family event.
A major national financial body is to locate one of its offices in Coventry.
Coventry City Council has vowed to continue its journey of improvement after Ofsted inspectors gave the authority’s Children’s Services a huge boost.
The new West Midlands mayor has welcomed investment by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) for two Coventry city centre projects.
A shop in Foleshill has had its licence revoked after Coventry Trading Standards officers found illegal cigarettes hidden in a sewage drain and sweet jars.
Labour held all three Coventry seats for the UK Parliamentary General election. And the last result was returned shortly before 3am today.
Concert-goers are being urged to watch out for ticket fraudsters ahead of next week’s Robbie Williams gig.
A joint statement from the Lord Mayor, Cllr Tony Skipper, Council Leader, Cllr George Duggins, Deputy Leader, Cllr Abdul Khan, and the Leader of the Conservative Group, Cllr Gary Ridley:
A live theatre performance will be one of the highlights of a Council-run conference focusing on the very latest skills in social work practice for children and adults.
Know Your Risk Roadshow in Coventry and Rugby will raise awareness of Type 2 diabetes
A new police-backed scheme designed to cut crime and anti-social behaviour in betting shops has been launched in Coventry – and it means troublemakers face a city-wide ban from bookies.
The Bands in the Park 2017 series of events starts on 11 June with the City of Coventry Brass performing near to the Visitor Centre in the War Memorial Park at 2pm.
The manager of a Coventry curry restaurant has been fined after Trading Standards officers ordered a lamb balti – and ended up with a meal made only of beef.
Adult learners in Coventry can be sure of a good experience after inspectors gave the Council’s Adult Education Service the seal of approval.